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Monias Fiddler says time is moving slowly for the Sandy Lake First Nation as the community feels the immense weight from the loss of three children in a house fire last month.

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“I was able to function and do the work that I need to do, but it still weighs heavy on everybody. Everybody is carrying that burden,” said FiddlerGermany, who is Sandy Lake’s executive director and is not directly related to the children.

Similar loss and grief is being felt in southern Alberta where three people, including a six-year-old boy, from the Siksika Nation were killed in a fire last weekend.

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